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  1. fredd13 commented on Candorville 2 months ago

    “Although you may have to wait a year or two.”

  2. fredd13 commented on Luann 2 months ago

    Prom’s (as such, at least) were unheard of when i was growing up in the UK in the late 60s. Whereas by the 90’s, when my kids were growing up, all the schools had them.

    Personally, I reckon it’s daft to choose miss out on a significant event, even if it’s because (say) “you don’t have a date”. Experiences leave the memories you’ll have all your life – grasp them to the full. And enjoy yourself.

  3. fredd13 commented on Shoe 6 months ago

    Sushi is sumeshi (rice with vinegar) plus other components. There doesn’t need to be any seafood.

  4. fredd13 commented on Beardo 6 months ago

    “Damn your eyes!” 8-)

    Ah, the late, great Marty Feldman.
    (“Blucher!”)

  5. fredd13 commented on Betty 7 months ago

    You can’t force a plural (not even by by logic or decree). Usage dictates it – and in English, it’s “Euros”.

  6. fredd13 commented on Arlo and Janis 7 months ago

    Double bed, single duvets. Works a treat. Plus you can independently choose how much cover the temperature justifies.

  7. fredd13 commented on Thatababy 7 months ago

    I’m not sure a post like that deserves a polite reply, but – click the image.

  8. fredd13 commented on Andy Capp 7 months ago

    I think it’s a way of saying goodbye and interacting with the person who’s gone, even though they have. Same reason that I still visit my parents’ graves, leave flowers and chat to them, even though I have no belief in any life after death and am well aware that I’m actually doing it for myself.

  9. fredd13 commented on Diamond Lil 7 months ago

    “I’ve travelled this wide world all over,
    And now to another I’ll go.
    I know that fine quarters are waiting,
    to welcome old Rosin the beau”

    - 1838, Arranged by J. C. Beckell, from an earlier English or Irish folk song, “Rosin the Bow”

  10. fredd13 commented on Pearls Before Swine 7 months ago

    Ah. Cartoon physics.